I love listening to Jazz, especially Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans, and Oscar Peterson while I am eating Japanese food. Is it only me?
I make small sushi with small breads, too. It is fun to decorate bread sushi!
Bento is so popular in Japan. We bring Bento box everywhere and eat outside, inside, in the train (which is one of my favorite). Here, I put fried cutlet, marinated boiled egg and steamed rice. Time to move outside, enjoy my lunch.
Miso soups are one of the most special foods in Japan. Although many people eat breads for breakfast, I eat rice and miso soup with lots of vegetables. I also like Nattto, the fermented beans for the breakfast.
He is Hibiki. Written as 響. It means ‘feeling of a sound’. He sleeps on the floor just like us Japanese.
I think whisky highball goes really well with the Japanese foods. I love adding a piece of lemon peel.
If you find some Japanese whisky, try some them with Japanese foods. (Try Ham Cutlets!)